| Henry Minchin Noad - 1857
...Physics," Vol. ii., p. 236) : 1° That the magneto-electric energy excited in an induction spiral by **means of Magnetism is equal to the sum of the electro-motive forces of all the individual coils of the wire** ; this is. in accordance with the fundamental law of Ohm (394). 2° With equally powerful currents... | |
| Henry Minchin Noad - 1867 - 519 pagine
...currents. These laws are : — 1. That the magneto -electric energy in an induction spiral, by meant **of magnetism, is equal to the sum of the electro-motive forces of all the individual coils of the wire;** this is in accordance with the fundamental law of Ohm (108). 2. That with equally powerful currents... | |
| William Maver (Jr.) - 1892 - 563 pagine
...electromotive force of each cell is added to that of its neighbor, and the resulting electromotive force **is equal to the sum of the electromotive forces of all the** cells. Assuming the EMF of each cell in Fig. 13 to be i volt, the total EMF developed by the series... | |
| Alexander Watt (F.R.S.A.), Arnold Philip - 1902 - 680 pagine
...circuit. of the end cells form the terminals of the battery. The electro-motive force of such a battery **is equal to the sum of the electro-motive forces of all the** cells in the series. Usually only one kind of cell is thus Fig. 26. — Diagram of Cells arranged in... | |
| William Maver (jr.) - 1903 - 656 pagine
...electromotive force of each cell is added to that of its neighbor, and the resulting electromotive force **is equal to the sum of the electromotive forces of all the** cells. Assuming the EMF of each cell in Fig. 13 to be i volt, the total EMF developed F1G I3- by the... | |
| William Maver (jr.) - 1903 - 656 pagine
...electromotive force of each cell is added to that of its neighbor, and the resulting electromotive force **is equal to the sum of the electromotive forces of all the** cells. Assuming the EMF of each cell in Fig. 13 to be i volt, the total EMF developed by the series... | |
| International Correspondence Schools - 1905
...number of cells are joined in series, as shown in Fig. ?, the total electromotive force of the group **is equal to the sum of the electromotive forces of all the** cells. When all the cells joined together are similar in kind and condition, as is usually the case,... | |
| International Textbook Company - 1906
...number of cells are joined in series, as shown in Fig. 7, the total electromotive force of the group **is equal to the sum of the electromotive forces of all the** cells. When all the cells joined together are similar in kind and condition, as is usually the case,... | |
| International Correspondence Schools - 1908 - 398 pagine
...thus formed is equal to s X b. The total electromotive force of a number of cells connected in series **is equal to the sum of the electromotive forces of all the** cells. If a number p of similar cells, each having an internal resistance of b ohms, are arranged in... | |
| Charles Riborg Mann, George Ransom Twiss - 1910 - 414 pagine
...to be arranged in series. When cells are arranged in series, the electromotive force of the battery **is equal to the sum of the electromotive forces of all the** cells. If a suitable galvanometer or ammeter be placed in the circuit, we can see that the current... | |
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